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by showing up on election day. nina turner has represented cleveland, ohio, since 2006. first at city hall, now as a state senator. it's great to have you with us today, and the obama campaign touted its early lead there in ohio in the early voting yesterday saying it's not going to let up. as we know, the vice president is there basically all week. the race there will only get more heated with ohio now the top market in the ad spending. i want everybody to take a look at that. $177 million. is president obama's early lead enough to buffer any gains that the romney campaign is expected to make on election day the old fashioned way? >> i believe so, thomas. i mean, ohio is the president's life line. just as we delivered ohio in 2008, we will deliver ohio in 2012. the buckeyes here in the state understand that the president's policies are what are right for the state of ohio from throwing a lifeline to the auto industry to making sure that one of the first pieces of legislation that he signed into law was the lily leadbetter act. we have a governor in governor romney who can't even decide wh
sugerman shows us what the fall classic meanst tot city and its people and -- to the city and its people and has the mood changed too? >> reporter: well, nothing like a home team home run and the first lead of the entire series for detroit. to get fans excited and yes, i heard some loud yelling from the stadium which i hasn't heard in the last -- hadn't heard in the last couple can of days, the region -- couple of days. the region really needs a boost. the following is a tale of two cities. and of how both are trying to ride on a tigers' tale. first, some good news. some detroit real estate is up over 100% this year. >> between 25 and 30. thousand. >> reporter: a similar home like david larson's fixer upper would have cost $10,000 at the beginning of the year. >> this is just detroit. this is all we've ever known. >> detroit has lost the equivalent of one and a half san franciscos. >> reporter: native bill mcgraw who runs the website deadlinedetroit gave us a tour of his city that in fact has lost two-thirds of its population. >> that's really why there's all this vacant lots and empty b
. this is "studio b." first from fox at 3:00 in new york city, the storm has left nothing but the tremendous damage. today, the president found down in badly hit atlantic city, nothing, for a look at the destruction. the new jersey governor christie greeted president on the tarmac ahead of a helicopter tour of the damage. he has been one of the president's toughest critics but he says he doesn't care about politics right now and they are working to egg to heard the national guard and state recover. officials tackle the recovery effort, there is much despair, a last it, millions of still without power, many homes are gone and streets up and down the shore and new york are flooded or littered with downed trees. rick is on the jersey shore and jonathan hunt is across the river in new jersey which just got smacked. first, though, to ed henry. what is the president saying today? >>reporter: you showed the striking picture of the president with governor christie a top republicans very close to mitt romney, a very prominent -- they have to put politics aside. the president wrapped up an aerial tour with g
light we'll get a first look. a record 13-foot storm surge overflowed the city's historic water flood, flooding the financial area. and the subway. the city's mass transit system, schools, and stock exchange remain closed today. rob and paula, back to you. >> scott goldberg here on a wet and storm-weary new york. thanks a lot. >>> parts of new jersey remains under water after that monstrous storm surge along the coast. >>> sandy made landfall, powerful surf crashed into atlantic city's famous boardwalk, washing away a 300-yard section of it. floodwaters also filled up along towns, along the popular jersey shores. they plunged into darkness. abc's steve is in the thick of things. >> reporter: the water started to overtake the dunes. at that point we felt we had to move our trucks because the water was coming in onto the streets, not just in the areas right by the beach, but actually flooding some of the city's streets. so we decided to move a half mile away and rebase. we were broadcasting and all of a sudden the water crept up behind us there. >> now, the national guard and other fire
. the first was against the steelers. this afternoon against kansas city. solomon: and boy, has he earned it. every single yard. he's gotten dirty, he's been hit, but he's stayed in this game and he's paid off. and carson palmer said we believe in our running game. we believe in darren mcfadden. to a man the coaches have said the same thing and now you see why. this is a guy that is learning to run in this new zone scheme. they've run more man and more power stuff. as you talked about, the second 100-yard rushing game in season. he's had to make some adjustments and some of the people in front of him blocking have moved around and he's had to adjust to them as well. kevin: mcfadden has 4 yards he's registered here in the second half. remaining in the game right now. here's a first and 10 as the chiefs from the kansas city 22. mcfadden. the clock is going to continue to tick to the two-minute warning. after that two-yard gain by mcfadden. mcfadden. raiders on top by 10. yeah, but can he do this? [ male announcer ] cheer on whitney phelps as she trains for the ing new york city marathon. with
filed charges against an informant first. authorities refused to release his picture and city police refused to release the report of his arrest, usually a routine piece of public information. >> a police chase got a little too close for comfort the students and staff at a nearby elementary school when a neighbor spotted a burglar tried to break into the home. police were hot on his trail through the neighborhood and dangerously close to lakeshore elementary. school was about to dismiss for the day. officials decided to delay dismissal, until police gave them the all clear. the suspect has been arrested. >> it turns out of monday morning house fire was no accident. someone set fire to the house. we are joined live tonight with an interesting twist. >> the police tell us before the fire was set, the home was robbed, burglarized, i should say. they got away with a 2006 porsche of. they're hoping the automobile will lead them to the arsonists. firefighters monitor the smoldering remains of a home on monday morning, a fire that almost seriously injured a female firefighter that fell thro
this morning, at fist light, we'll be getting the first look at the immense damage from this historic flooding. a record 13-foot storm surge overflowed the city's historic waterfront, flooding the financial district and the subway. the city's mass transit system, schools and stock exchange remain closed today. rob and paula, back to you. >> scott goldberg here, in a wet and storm-weary new york. thanks a lot. >>> and parts of new jersey remain underwater this morning after that monstrous storm surge along the coast. >> sandy made landfall. the powerful surf crashed into atlantic city's famous boardwalk, washing away a 300-yard section of it. floodwaters also filled up along towns along the jersey shore. they plunged into darkness. steve portnoy is in the thick of things at point pleasant beach. >> reporter: the water started to overtake the dunes. at that point we felt we had to move our truck because the water was coming in on to the streets. not just in the areas right by the beach, but actually flooding some of the city streets. so, we decided to move about a half-mile away and rebase. we w
with jim axelrod in new york city. >> reporter: the first thing we can report on this tuesday morning is that high tide has come here in battery park lower manhattan, and the water out there, the hudson river, new york harbor where it's mixing has not reached the wall has not come over. and that was a big concern here for emergency management officials as the next high tide after hurricane sandy had made landfall. the big concern was whether or not there would be another breach. there has not been this morning. as i say, good news. why? that water, having come over last night, record storm surge of nearly 14 feet. that is what caused the bulk of the problems in manhattan. there are about a quarter million people without power in manhattan. why? because that water came over the wall and got into electrical substations and power stations and knocked out service. so all of new york island south of 34th street is without power right now. the subway systems in new york are flooded out. they could take as much as a week to be back online. it could take as much as a wee
the position is now 395 miles east of new york city. it's the first time we're seeing that mentioned in a position statement. so much to talk about. so little time. here's a look at the movement you can see to the northeast at 10 miles per hour. a category one hurricane. we're expecting it to come in as a hurricane. last year during irene there was a lot of talk that it came in as a strong tropical storm, but this will be a strong storm and a large one, and they will impact us many many different ways. one of the ways we'll be impacted, and it was noted on the last hurricane advisory was it was storm surge. that's not just the rain falling from the sky. we're going to get a lot of rain, and we'll see the piling up of the water in dangerous areas, possibly long island sound or even new york harbor. what happens when the hurricane winds -- once it starts getting into that shallow coastal area, it has nowhere else to go, brook, but up and out and inland. storm surge can travel many, many miles. we've seen that before with past hurricanes. this is a big concern for this system particular
roads and homes. in atlantic city, entire blocks of the first ever boardwalk are now going. the powerful system is not done. it is dumping up to 3 feet of snow in parts of west virginia and the governor says it is already causing roofs to cave. in some places the leaves are still on the trees. add snow to that and you have a real mess. so it is
getting ready for their first face to face presidential debate in denver wednesday night. romney is holding a rally in the mile-high city today, while the president gears up in nevada. nbc's tracy potts joins us with washington from the latest. >> reporter: good morning, everyone. we get an interesting perspective on this from john mccain. he's debated both the president and mitt romney, and he says we will see two very strong well-prepared debaters and he predicts few surprises. the president's behind closed doors in nevada for the next two days preparing to face mitt romney in denver wednesday. >> he's a good debater. i'm just okay. but what i'm most concerned about is having a serious discussion about what we need to do to keep the country growing. >> reporter: both sides are down playing expectations. a senior aide to the president says romney will be prepared, disciplined and aggressive. romney's debate partner calls the president a tough debater. >> barack obama is going to be formidable and i think it will be a good debate, but i certainly would not underestimate what bara
miles downtown. that is ahead of the next cold front. a live look out at ocean city. the sun is setting in about 15 minutes. currently 72 at the airport and 75 downtown. 75 downtown. yeah. yeah. >> fearliss felix is the first person to travel faster than thsound. he traveled 24 miles, a record- breaking feat marking the world's first supersonic skydive. he took off in a pressurized capsule carried by helium balloon. he was expected to hit a speed of 690 miles per hour before activating his parachute about 5,000 feet above the ground. >> your insta-weather plus forecast with eva marie. >> i watched it live on the internet. as he started to fall, he spiraled out of control but regained stability. you can watch it on our website, wbaltv.com. it was incredible. let's look at the weather. we're seeing increasing clouds after beautiful sunshine today. we had the sunshine yesterday as well. things are changing as a new storm system approaches. light rain showers are moving through west virginia. they're mainly west of the appalachians now. we are expecting most of them to fall apart tonight. t
. cleveland is open for business. what do you think people need to know about the city? >> i think it has had a bad representative for a long time. liz: why? because of the river that caught fire? >> cleveland, first of all, people do not realize we are on a body of water that looks like an ocean. we have island out on the lake. jimmy buffett bill is out there. you have the water. cultural arts. one of the biggest and most proud orchestras in the world. art museum. of course, the rock 'n roll hall of fame. a very small footprint which allows you to navigate the city, feel safe and do this in a very short period of time. and, it is less expensive. liz: you do a great job, terry. terry stewart who is the ceo. they call it the mistake on the lake. i call it best location in the nation. coming up, big businessmen joining us exclusively. the president of the cleveland indians. they had their last game last night. they had a great first half of the season. collapsed in the second half. what will they do next year but back this is a team that has stuck by the city and vice versa. we have a fox exclu
is the first one. it is sparking a real controversy in new york city. now washington, d.c. as the ad starts to go up into subway stations there. melanie on wick is life for us at dc with the lathes. good morning. >> good morning, heather. on thursday lawyers for the transit system told the judge that the fbi was investigating a verifiable threat of protests if those posters went up here in dc. but the judge ordered anyway it should go up by 5:00 siting the first amendment the add paid for by the american freedom defense initiative say quote if in any war between civilized men and the savage. support for men israel defeats jihad. many said they are offensive because they appoint muslims with savages. siting those concerns the metro wanted to delay displaying the ads because of the protests in the middle east. metro riders have mixed feelings about the course forcing the transit system to display them. >> i think they should be allowed on free speech grounds but i think it is incredible irresponsible. >> it is a big thing to call somebody is savage. this is america freedom of speech. >> oo we
for the first time in a number of swing states. i am going to guess that they are not going to be visiting inner-city is not very much. -- inner-cities very much. george bush carried ohio with about 50.5% of the vote in 2004. if you look at where the difference is, romney wins by equaling bush's percentage. it dropped most in three media markets. toledo, columbus, cincinnati. those are three places where he needs to pick up ground where he lost. the second thing he needs to do is to stay in the ground that they kept. the youngstown media market, mccain ran virtually even with bush. the rural areas to sustain and try to get their vote back, to try to keep the vote. romney will stop in cincinnati, he will stop in worthington which is a suburb of columbus. he goes home to one of the northwest red counties in the toledo market which is the county that has one of the highest proportions of autoworkers as a percentage of total employment. and perhaps, was one of the places that saw one of the largest drops from bush to mccain. this will be the republican strategy, going back to places of people that voted
to thinking about getting their first floors dry here in ocean city, maryland. martha: steve when you take a look at the damage around you, obviously as you point out they're discouraging people from coming back to try to get a look at their property, obviously looks as though everybody cleared out of that area you're in, right? >> reporter: right. this is the low area of ocean city, maryland, the downtown area. usually about 7,000 people here during the off-season. most of those, you know, storm experienced, pretty hardy people. most of them did get out. a few hundred did stay. no injuries here. the national guard was working throughout the night. the winds really felt like a hurricane, five, 6:00, 7:00 at night. we saw signs snapping off, small items of debris blowing through the air. it got pretty dicey last night. now it is just weird to stand in the middle of a road with a pretty good current coming down st. louis avenue here in ocean city. martha: boy, it remains to be seen the economic impact of all of this and these areas that have been hard hit already by unemployment and the toug
. tens and tens of stories above the city. swinging like a pendulum as new york was first pummeled yesterday by sandy, as the winds first roared in. streets around it immediately cleared. and take a look at what will we have here at the very latest. >> reporter: nearly 80 stories above storm-ravaged manhattan, dangling precariously in hurst-force winds the arm of this crane was blown into a back flip. overnight, still clinging to what is the tallest residential building in the city. >> the boom is moving back and forth sideways and that will stress the boom and weaken it. >> reporter: as sandy gains strengths, gusts clock 40 miles per hour. those speeds can double near towering top floors, blowing hard enough to burst windows and turn this crane into a powerful projectile. >> watch your back, folks. get on the sidewalk. >> reporter: seven surrounding blocks as wind speeds continues to increase. within the posh perimeter, a luxury hotel where the ashton family was among hundreds asked to walk to new accommodations. >> expecting it with two young children. >> and the luggage. >> and
. a live look coming now across the hudson in new jersey. half of the city in the dark, including the financial district. where the markets opened today for the first time after the storm. a deficit stated region begins to crawl back to life. >> we have a ways to go but we're beginning to make some real progress. two days after sandy hits the northeast like a sledge hammer the rescues continue. homeowners up and down the east coast now getting their first look at towns that may never be the same again. tonight, president obama surveys the damage in new jersey. >> our hearts go out to the families who have lost loved ones. >> and promises that relief is on the way. plus, remember the election? >> i know we have huge challenges. but i'm not trend by them. >> shepard: with less than a week to go until the next goes to the polls, governor romney jumps back on the campaign trail. but first from fox this wednesday night, assessing the damage after the unprecedented storm and with each hour the full scope of sandy's destruction is becoming clearer. earlier today, president obama toured t
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allowed them to go up in the first place, but the fact we stood up and fought here in the city of cleveland and across ohio, it says a lot. the fact that all the billboards are coming down, about 150 of them across the country, is a big deal. the folks who put up the billboards were cowards to target minority communities. but we're not going to let that stop us from getting out the vote. >> what with you hearing? were they having an effect? was there conversation and confusion about voter fraud? >> people were very concerned. as you can imagine, in some of the communities, there are ex-offenders that live in those communities. but in ohio, if you are an ex-offender and you're registered to vote, you can vote. so the fact they would put a message out like that is deplorable. it makes no sense. they are out to get folks that don't exist. voter fraud is nearly nonexistent and they know it. but they will do any rotten thing to try to suppress the vote. especially among those most likely to vote for obama. and everyone in this country should be upset that anybody would do that and t
bridge, getting more crowded in that westbound direction as you head towards foster city and san mateo and taillights toward the high-rise, eastbound looking good toward the hayward area. san jose, before fremont avenue first reports of an accident car slamming into center divide there. good news in the watsonville area, an earlier injury accident with overturn car has been cleared and traffic is getting fine now. >> eric: new this morning, real estate website zilla is allowing users to find out which homes are headed into foreclosure. this they launched it yesterday wluig users to find out their neighbors have defaulted and whether a house has been taken by by a lender. previously they could find out how much homes are worth. critics call it it could embarrass the homeowners but they are saying trance parents. >> apple is taking pre-orders of the mini. one version is sold out. initial supplies of the white model, you can still order one but it won't be available for two weeks. it will hit stores next friday. ipad mini starts at $329. meanwhile, microsoft ipad rival goes on sale today.
to two entrepreneurs behind some of the city's hottest new start-ups. first as we do irv time this time of day let's look how oil is trading right now. ashley: the latest jobs reports focuses on the health of public companies but there are millions of private companies out there that are already sending up a big red flag we're already in recession. liz macdonald is here with emac's bottom line. what are the private companies telling us? shoe here's the deal. we've been looking at all sorts of economic data we want to really see what is going on with private companies because they can come to the market via ipo and create jobs. here's the deal. we're seeing sales growth dropped by 50% since january. this is according to sage works. this is indicator we saw, according to sage works back in 2008 when we saw this drop. and that's not a good thing. you want to see sales growth continue to grow up. then they can create jobs. is that a red flag recession signal? that could be one, that is according to sage works. we're seeing 27 million private companies versus 5,000 publicly-traded companies.
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to the blue cities? guess where it's happening? the battleground state of ohio. >>> but first up, vice president joe biden and paul ryan are cramming for their debate. you can watch coverage of the debate beginning tomorrow here on "the kudlow report." now, past debates have been must-see tv. this one is likely to be no different. cnbc's own john harwood joins us live from lexington, kentucky, with all the details. good evening, john. >> reporter: good evening, larry. you know, if presidential debates themselves usually don't matter much, and they don't, vice presidential debates almost never do, even though they're fun. but the stakes are higher for this debate tomorrow between paul ryan and vice president joe biden. ryan, of course, is a policy wonk. biden has the experience. but it's not going to be as friendly as this encounter four years ago between biden and sarah palin. >> no cheers, applaud, no untoward outbursts except right at this minute now as we welcome governor palin and senator biden. >> reporter: the reason this is going to be a different encounter is because of all the
't feel like the first week in october out there, but it is. 62 in cleveland and new york city and about the same for much of dixie land. let's take a look at the daytime highs. it will be chilly up in portions of the northern plains. 47 the high in rapid city. we'll have 82 in raleigh and 90 today in san antonio. meanwhile, as part of the ails apprentice program here at fox news, we're putting together a special series celebrating hispanic heritage month. this week we traveled to mexico city to bring you the story of a most remarkable man, a senior researcher at hewlett packard. he brought his beautiful mind to america where he's achieved success of a highest order, but he never forgot where he came from or the kind of world he wants to leave behind. once again, alicia acunia has his story. ♪ . >> i was born here in mexico city. it's fascinating. it's the capital of the aztecs. this means the heart of the unique world. you feel that sense of proud, of doing something important. not for myself but for society, for humanity, for the world. >> he uses interindicate numbers and baffling e
catastrophe instead -- he has earned a second term. mitt romney does not deserve a first. that is from the salt lake city tribune. steve is on the phone from florida, a republican line. good morning. caller: hello, how are you. i believe the endorsements do matter, but i believe in newspapers and any other publications that i have followed are quite honestly right wing speakers. i do not think they should put out endorsements because somebody like myself, i have to be able to talk to people -- a newspaper can reach millions of people. who is writing the endorsement? they have a much larger scale to go and talk about who they want to vote for. i think it ought to do the news and that is just picked. host: thank you for the call. this is from the twitter page. another look at the salt lake city tribune. obama has earned a second term. caller: good morning and thank you to c-span. i just wanted to say that i do not think newspapers really matter all that much. i subscribe to the tampa bay times. when i talk to people -- i work at a country club. what i talk to a lot of people out there, t
's no today. sunshine out there as you saw from our city cam and sunshine to our increase in clouds and know these clouds will push rapidly into the area. first thing tomorrow morning by 9:00 a.m., we're already partly cloudy across the area. by noontime, mostly cloudy and those showers, some scattered showers they'll push through rather quickly. best chance between 2:00 p.m. and about 8:00 p.m. tomorrow. a lot of those rain showers will hang out, though, for the afternoon across southeastern maryland and that's exactly where i think the spot is for sunday in terms of showers hanging out during the afternoon, too. so, for sunday, we're going to see, so the widespread rains come through and then by late in the day, southern maryland and areas down through southeastern virginia but sunday looks as though we're going to get quite a bit of rain in here. it's going to be a bet one through the day. about a quarter to maybe half inch of rain and a gray day and, again, a mighty chilly day. we'll go from 78 degrees on saturday with just a 30% chance of showers to a 60% chance of showers all through t
union. part of it includes a 2% pay hike. that is the first pay raise many have gotten in three years. the new deal also addresses paid leave, teachers' rights, and working from home. >>> today some alexandria residents will tell city leaders where they believe a flood wall should be built to protect their homes. there will be a public meeting to hear the results of a flood reduction study. the army corps of engineers conducted the study to come up with the best way to protect the bell haven water shed. hurricane isabel damaged more than 200 homes there in 2003. tonight's meeting is scheduled for 7:00 at the south county government center. >>> 14 months after the east coast earthquake, and louisa county virginia is moving forward with new plans to build an elementary school. last august's 5.8 magnitude earthquake destroyed the elementary school and the high school. since then, classes have been held in mobile units on other county school sites. school administrators say the new elementary school should be finished for the beginning of the 2014-2015 school year. >> looking at some of t
and buster's halts plans to launch a initial p.m. ofsh. yesterday the company first filed to go public in july. >>> rooper jay-z is live streaming his final con terse in new york city's barclay center. will air on his new channel on youtube. [buzzer] just in time that is today's speed read. >>> the u.s. unemployment rate as i'm sure heard fell to 7.8%. one economist said expected to rise to 8.2%. dean baker, economic policy and research director said the unemployment rate drop certainly a statistical fluke. we don't have to quote him because we have him. he is here right now. dean baker good to see you. all the press releases i see, liberal economist dean baker. so like it or not that is how you're described. >> i've been called worse. david: why do you think it is a statistical fluke what we saw today? >> let me just be clear. a lot of being are running around saying someone doctored the numbers. not saying that at all. david: i understand that. >> we have two different sauer voice. they ask 400,000 first during the survey. that is pretty accurate one. one is household survey. usually
a grateful dead mousetrap. >> i wasn't a big fan. anything jimmy hendrix oriented. that first -- dave: the reagan/carter debate in 1980 where he said there you go again. you know where that was? cleveland. great city. thank you very much. farmers on track for a record harvest despite this year's devastating drought. how will that impact the crops and the cost of your grocery bill? we will ask the commodity trader from his midwest family farm coming next. ♪ [ male announcer ] how do you turn an entrepreneur's dream... ♪ into a scooter that talks to the cloud? ♪ or make 70,000 trades a second... ♪ reach one customer at a time? ♪ how do you help doctors turn billions of bytes of shared information... ♪ into a fifth anniversary of remission? ♪ or turn 30-million artifacts... ♪ into a high-tech mastpiece? ♪ whatever your business challenge, dell has the technology and services to help you solve it. woman: what do you mean, homeowners insurance doesn't cover floods? [ heart rate increases ] man: a few inches of water caused all this? [ heart rate increases ] woman #2: but
to pay attention to what is going on in their communities, towns, and cities. our republican mayor who was elected with something like a 42% mandate, if you will the first thing he did when he came to office was eliminate the education channel, teachers in albuquerque has used to help form late their curriculums. this is happening everywhere. >> bill: and you see, betty, i think the point you are making he didn't -- whoever the mayor is, didn't do that to save money. he did it because he doesn't believe in it and doesn't think it's important. >> caller: you are absolutely right, sir. >> bill: and it is the same thing with pbs. first of all it is never going to happen. you can't stick your finger in the eye of 91% of american families. but were he to do it it only be -- it wouldn't save any money. wouldn't notice. it's not even a blip on the screen, the budget for pbs. he would only do it because they don't believe in matters of the soul. ike is calling from charlston, south carolina. hi, ike, what is up. >> caller: hey bill the big tv star, how are ya buddy? >> b
't focus in on the first debate. and i happen to be one of them. tomorrow, it's back to campaigning. and into cities and towns across our great country. i hear the same thing everywhere i go. honestly we're hoping to see michelle. and very to admit it can be a grind. sometimes it feels like this race dragged on forever. but paul ryan assured me we've only been running two hours and 50-something minutes. >> that is your last call. we're closing down shop. make sure you go to gretawire.com. before we go, we want to wish a happy five-year birthday to fox business networks. good night from washington, d.c.. see you tomorrow night. go to gretawire. and fox news.com. right now, this is bill. >>> "the o'reilly factor" is on. >> i went to a number of women's groups and said can you help us find folks. i brought binders full of women. >> binders full of women? apparently that has angered some liberal ladies. but why? what is wrong with that? we will have a special report. >> if, you, don't, trust, me, with, my, body, why, should, i, trust, you, with, me, my, country. >> and as they are catch
focused in on the second debate who didn't focus in on the first debate. and i happen to be one of them. tomorrow, it's back to campaigning. and into cities and towns across our great country. i hear the same thing everywhere i go. honestly we're hoping to see michelle. and very to admit it can be a grind. sometimes it feels like this race dragged on forever. but paul ryan assured me we've only been running two hours and 50-something minutes. >> that is your last call. we're closing down shop. make sure you go to gretawire.com. before we go, we want to wish a happy five-year birthday to fox business networks. good night from washington, d.c.. see you tomorrow night. go to gretawire. they're doing. ♪ >> andrea: hello. i'm andrea tantaros with bob beckel, eric bolling, dana perino, greg gutfeld. it's 5:00 in new york city. this is "the five." ♪ ♪ >> andrea: there are important new developments on the libya 9/11 attack, including a report that the terror leader responsible for the attack has been identified, malicious loyal to libyan government has not been ordered to arrest him. now
. he is the father of jamie huguely and the counselor for ottawa city. good morning to you. i just have to say first, i'm so sorry for the loss of your son jamie. i'd like you to tell me a little bit about him and why he was struggling. >> thank you, and thank you for the invitation to be here today. jamie was struggling. he had been dealing with bullying as one of the issues for a few years, different situations. and also, it was a figure skater. he got picked on for that. he was one of those boys that was always smiling, happy to be around, and liked to make everybody happy. so that also made him a target. and at the start of grade ten, he had come out as the only openly gay male at his high school. >> did he share with you that that was part of the issue for him, and that's why he thought in part he was being bullied? >> he didn't understand -- his exact words to me is that he didn't understand why people didn't like him. he hadn't done anything to hurt anybody. he enjoyed his skating, when he was younger, for example. he couldn't understand why that made him a target for bullies. ju
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